Flat Out Under Pressure, a 24-hour art making event
Yesterday, there was a 24-hour art making juried event called Artist for a Greener Greenville Flat Out Under Pressure … Today’s photo shows Jackie painting a street scene for that event. The scene shows the buildings on Coffee Street … I understand the awards ceremony, reception, and exhibit will be at the Metropolitan Arts Council Saturday night from 7pm until 9pm … Also, I want to mention that you can see more of Jackie’s work at the Art Emporium in Easley.
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World Tai Chi day was celebrated at Falls Park
Riding a trikke in downtown Greenville
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Peg Leg Bates
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Monkey Business in This Gate
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Taming the Wild Wunkus
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Garden-themed artwork hanging in the Tupelo Honey Cafe. Follow these topics: Art
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Art in Action
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